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Yesterdays’ flower - the poem

Updated on November 18, 2013
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Strained melancholy of yesterdays

Rays full of hope in a sundry mind.....

And what a heart to be shaken…..!

What a life to be taken….

Know my destiny …

It’s not yet forsaken…

Footsteps of someone nearing …

Heart is skipping a beat in blushing ….

Mellowed night giving ways to dewdrops…

And drop by drop….. tears were trailing the smile forever…

Branches of lonely trees were crystallised images…

History was pregnant with horizoned emptiness…

Cobweb of memories to be livened up...

Handful of life to be instilled in a dead dream….

Yesterdays flower was in a dead life with arid rim…

River of passion to channel the dried flower….

Tread of love to mesmerise the dead to stir once more

Love in a life…may be life in a drop

A world in you and a death in me

Yesterdays’ dry flower now shining in new moon

With your love and passion to live beyond a life……

And beyond a death….

Yet to love to feel the life never to die alone!

Loneliness is a forgotten yesterday’s flower!

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      deergha 4 years ago from ...... a place beyond now and beyond here !!!

      Deb..many thanks for your comment here. You are very kind. God bless you always

      deergha

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      Deb Hirt 4 years ago from Stillwater, OK

      Nobody deserves to be forgotten. Live each day like it is your last. It will show in your actions.

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      deergha 4 years ago from ...... a place beyond now and beyond here !!!

      Oh I am so much honored to receive your comment. Thank you very much. Welcome to my hubs. Cant wait to read yours as well. Take care and wish you a very good day ahead.

      deergha

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      Mike Robbers 4 years ago from London

      The poem,the combination with these pictures,one of the most beautiful hubs i've ever seen!

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      deergha 4 years ago from ...... a place beyond now and beyond here !!!

      tylergee ......Thank you for taking your time to read this one. Glad that you have liked this one. Every thing around like flowers are almost so much of own depiction that they become an extended version of soul within sometimes. Its precious to be tried to relate over here. Take care and many blessing your way.

      deergha

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      RQ,

      Your comments are very precious and always been looked for. Yesterdays, todays and tomorrows ...all are so much a transitional phase of 'now'. Like wise, sadness and happiness all are relative in terms of perspective and its all a matter of the person concerned. Some happiness may be a matter of sadness for another person without any deliberation....optimism is like only the yesterdays flower and its a ongoing process to keep it fresh and full with fragrance. Thank you always...many smiles your way

      deergha

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      kidscraft....your presence always make the day little more beautiful..thank you for your continuous support, friend:-)

      deergha

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      Jackie Lynnley.....uncountable flowers in my backyard...and they dry without making any difference to the whole world except the mild fragrances that may make slight difference in the night air.....LOL..thank you always for your heartfelt comment.

      Take care and hope you enjoy the day ahead...

      deergha

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      Vincent Moore........the you way you have related with my emotion here ...is quite mindful of you my friend. The life is like a flower. It dries up with time. Almost a flower blooms only to get dried next day. A life lives to be dead. Romance, happiness, love, passion, desire, wishes and then tears, sadness, loneliness,sorrow etc etc...all are part of life and part of flower may be in a long waiting stand to be dead and dry. Thank you once again.

      Take care and your time and comment is very precious for me always.

      deergha

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      Phyllis Doyle...many thanks for your precious time here...glad that you have enjoyed reading this one. Blessings

      deergha

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      truthfornow...Many thanks for your time here. Many blessings your way

      deergha

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      truthfornow 4 years ago from New Orleans, LA

      Beautiful imagery and emotion.

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      Phyllis Doyle Burns 4 years ago from High desert of Nevada.

      Wonderful poem that tugs at deep emotions -- beautiful. I so enjoyed reading it.

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      Vincent Moore 4 years ago

      Your imagery is stark, although flowers play a role in this brilliant piece, I feel it's more deeper than flowers. It hit me with remiss, sadness, sorrow and reflection. Maybe even romance that never came to fruition. I may be all wrong in my thinking, however let me say, that your verse was weaved with emotion for me. Thank you for sharing this wonderful work.

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      Jackie Lynnley 4 years ago from The Beautiful South

      Very pretty and yes, sad. How many yesterday's flowers there must be... ^ and sharing.

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      kidscrafts 4 years ago from Ottawa, Canada

      Beautiful poem, Deergha! Great choice of pictures as always!

      Have a great week!

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      Romeos Quill 4 years ago from Lincolnshire, England

      So sad; so beautiful; so hopeful of future romance, with yesterday consigned to history, and the tapestry of today and tomorrow as yet, unwoven. Your optimism and wonderfully straddled verse leapt out in this one Deergha.

      With Warm Regards,

      R.Q.

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      tylergee 4 years ago

      I adore this poem, and yet I also feel it's not all about flowers. It struck me on quite a personal level. Wonderful writing.

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      deergha 4 years ago from ...... a place beyond now and beyond here !!!

      Thank you DDE for your nice words. Glad that you liked this poem.

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      Devika Primić 4 years ago from Dubrovnik, Croatia

      Yesterdays’ flower - the poem with beautiful flowers and so wonderfully written with great meaningful lines.

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      deergha 4 years ago from ...... a place beyond now and beyond here !!!

      You are very kind@Mhatter....Glad that you liked this one. Take care

      deergha

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      Martin Kloess 4 years ago from San Francisco

      You compose a lot of great poetry, but this one really struck me, thank you

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